Boston Safety Token Change (BSTX), a platform collectively owned by BOX Digital Markets and Overstock’s blockchain arm tZERO, has filed an utility with america Securities and Change Fee (SEC) to approve the launch of a marketplace for publicly traded registered safety tokens.
Within the rule change proposal launched by the SEC on Oct. 11, BOX asks the fee to “undertake guidelines to manipulate the buying and selling of fairness securities on the Change” which “would function a totally automated, value/time precedence execution system for the buying and selling of ‘safety tokens.’”
Establishing its personal itemizing requirements
The agency additionally hints at having its personal itemizing requirements by specifying that solely tokens assembly them could be listed on the platform. The 129 pages lengthy doc explains intimately how the foundations underneath which the trade operates would want to alter and the way the platform would work.
Based on the proposal, the safety possession data can be saved on the Ethereum blockchain and could be up to date on the finish of every buying and selling day. The trade would function between 9:30 a.m. and four:00 p.m. EST.
A closed system on a public blockchain
Per the applying, solely the whitelisted Ethereum addresses would have entry to the service, which implies BSTX and its approved operators who the corporate calls “pockets managers.”
The listed tokens would additionally should be compliant with the ERC-20 customary with the addition of some security measures and three sensible contracts meant to trace possession, whitelisted addresses and compliance with laws.
As Cointelegraph not too long ago reported, safety token choices, or STOs, have roughly taken the mantle of their semi-defunct counterpart — preliminary coin choices.
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